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BlackBerry Bold review
Ilse Jurriën : November 17th 2008 - 23:11 CET
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BlackBerryBlackBerry Bold 9000 smartphone review at LetsGoMobile : Research in Motion used to aim mainly at the corporate user with the BlackBerry mobile phone, however, private use of Internet and email on a mobile phone is becoming quite common, and the current BlackBerry product portfolio therefore now aims at a broader target group of regular consumers. The latter appreciates design and appearance of their phone whilst the enterprise user tends to go for functionality. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 has obviously taken more than one thing into account.

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LetsGoMobile adds: "The integrated camera of the BlackBerry Bold 9000 has unfortunately remained untouched compared to its predecessor, the BlackBerry 8800. It's a 2.0 Megapixel digital snapper. Obviously, no effort was put into improving it. I suppose the business user won't mind since he/she cares for the other functionalities. However, if BlackBerry aims at a larger, broader group of consumers with this Bold 9000, this digital camera could be considered a minus."

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LetsGoMobile adds: "The Push-mail function on the BlackBerry alerts you wherever you are, as soon as new messages arrive. Opening attachments is ever so easy, although editing is standard impossible. You can manage your mail accounts via a special BlackBerry Website. The BlackBerry Bold 9000 offers the possibility to select and copy parts of texts which is a handy functionality that is not often found on a mobile phone. The Internet browser is easy to operate at a reasonable speed, thanks to the 3G technology. The only disadvantage is formed by the many slide bars that appear if a website consists of different columns, which makes it nearly impossible to navigate. One example is the Microsoft Outlook Web Access, you simply cannot use this page because of all the slide bars."

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The BlackBerry Bold 9000 is an elegant addition to the BlackBerry range. Thanks to its beautiful design, the full QWERTY keyboard, built-in GPS receiver, 3G browsing speed, WiFi and a large clear screen, this BlackBerry phone does not solely appeal to the enterprise user. Read the full BlackBerry Bold review at LetsGoMobile.




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